Renovation of outdoor spaces
Development of the kindergarten building
Computerization
Knowledge and Culture Center

The steady increase in the number of registration leads Marc Chagall College to program within two years an improvement of the services it offers its students.

Renovation of outdoor spaces

Grounds and spaces devoted to motricity, sports and recreation activities must be renovated in order to offer the pupils more perfectly adapted and pleasant places:

  • laying of a synthetic floor with markings for sporting and physical activities
  • creation of a protected grooming area for kindergartens, with a safe course and an awning against the sun and the rain
  • creation of a pedagogical garden to enable students to discover the principles of biodiversity

Development of the kindergarten building

  • creation of a common pedagogical storage area and storage areas in the classrooms
  • creation of a modern rest room for the pupils of Petite Section
  • purchase of new teaching materials (art spaces, micro-media library, mobile educational kitchen)

Computerization

The French college has to be, through an efficient teaching of digital technologies, a “start-up school” in a “start-up nation”

  • creation of a computer space of 28 posts located in the Knowledge and Culture Center
  • provision of a complete mobile class of 28 shelves with router for classroom activities
  • creation of a pedagogical network and an administrative network with a common gateway and an extranet for the service of families

Knowledge and Culture Center (CCC)

Open to pupils but also to families for artistic and intellectual events:

  • creation and installation of suitable furniture: shelves and bookcases, tables, chairs
  • creation of an exhibition hall
  • creation of a reading and meeting room (also open to families on Fridays and at the end of the day)

Some of these projects are already funded. For others, the Patronage Committee within the Management Committee is working to find the necessary resources. Do not hesitate to consult the “Friends of Marc Chagall” to contribute to the development of the school.